Narciso Loco

As promised, a sequel to my previous blog!

Where greens are life and browns are love, we took turns taking photographs even if we appeared aliens to this place to others. Truly, the sports complex has gotten everything you need from any common sport to a relaxing ambiance.

Get used to my justification for every title that I make. “Narciso Loco” exemplifies the enamor we undergo every time we step into the corners of Lingayen Capitol Compound including this place, and all its other tenements. Admittedly, we are from Pangasinan, however, no time in the world existed without us falling in love to these places over and over, again.

At any rate that you want to experience them yourselves, you are free to go! There is no entrance fee whatsoever. In fact, the more you appeal as an alien, the more welcome you are to the administration. 😀 Other than that, still, a number of memories are coming up! Stay updated and thanks for stopping by!

(NOTE: Photos are subject to copyright)

by: Samantha C. De Guzman

(NO PLAGIARISM)

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Stop to the Shop of Hallows

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“Welcome to the Shop of Hallows, where big dreams were crumpled by steady gazes and clothes were stolen from faraway places. 

Grasses are green, the woods are brown and sands are black as ebony. 

Ants and lethal insects befriend the hosts, eat the lost.

Faces of asylum and blocks of holes you’ve never beaten.

Goodbye to the world, this is prison.”

(Poetry by Yours Truly)

Photos were taken by: Mockingbird Photography 🙂

Jays: Shiella Mae C. De Guzman and Yours Truly

Guest Jay: Fedilyn De Guzman

Hair, Make-Up and Accessories by: Shop of Hallows

by: Samantha C. De Guzman

(NO PLAGIARISM)

Ocean Flame

ImageImageImageImageImageDress and Accessories: Pixie Trixie Online Shop (Click here to order.)

Photo and Make-Up: Angel Pinkheart

Hair: Celia De Guzman

Model: Yours Truly

“OCEAN FLAME.” There is always a fire igniting in the ocean. It may be oxymoron-ic, but I love the term. Two contrasting elements make it neutral.

These are actually old photographs taken weeks after my 18th birthday. As you remember, I became the model of an online shop. When I was browsing through my desktop folders, a bright idea hit me.

(All photos are protected by copyright.)

by: Samantha C. De Guzman

(NO PLAGIARISM)